Packers Snap Counts VS. the Panthers

Here's the breakdown of who saw the field against the Carolina Panthers and how often:

Here's the breakdown of which Packers players saw the field against the Panthers and how often:

(Note: The second set of numbers next to each offensive and defensive player is how many Special Teams snaps then were in on.)

OFFENSE:
E Jenkins G 68 100% 5 22%
B Bulaga T 68 100% 5 22%
D Bakhtiari T 68 100% 5 22%
B Turner G 68 100% 5 22%
C Linsley C 68 100%
A Rodgers QB 68 100%
D Adams WR 54 79%
J Graham TE 44 65%
G Allison WR 42 62% 1 4%
M Lewis TE 38 56% 5 22%
J Williams RB 34 50% 8 35%
A Jones RB 34 50%
A Lazard WR 30 44% 11 48%
J Kumerow WR 23 34% 10 43%
J Sternberger TE 15 22% 10 43%
D Vitale FB 13 19% 9 39%
M Valdes-Scantling WR 11 16%
L Patrick C 2 3% 5 22%
 
DEFENSE:
D Savage SS 73 100% 5 22%
B Martinez LB 73 100% 4 17%
K King CB 73 100% 2 9%
A Amos FS 73 100% 1 4%
J Alexander CB 73 100%
Z Smith LB 64 88% 4 17%
K Clark NT 63 86%
P Smith LB 62 85% 2 9%
T Williams CB 53 73% 3 13%
I Campbell FS 42 58% 15 65%
D Lowry DE 35 48% 7 30%
K Fackrell LB 29 40% 12 52%
B Goodson LB 20 27% 10 43%
T Lancaster NT 19 26% 4 17%
R Gary LB 16 22% 1 4%
M Adams DE 15 21% 2 9%
K Keke DE 11 15%
W Redmond SS 5 7% 12 52%
O Burks LB 4 5% 16 70%
 
SPECIAL TEAMS ONLY:
T Brown CB 14 61%
C Sullivan CB 10 43%
M Crosby K 10 43%
J Scott P 9 39%
H Bradley LS 9 39%
T Summers LB 9 39%
T Smith CB 8 35%
A Light T 5 22%

 

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Guam's picture

November 11, 2019 at 08:34 am

Alexander and King played the whole game (100% snaps) at CB and TWill got all of the snaps at slot corner. No T. Brown or C. Sullivan except on special teams and no J. Jackson at all. Significant difference from earlier games. Snaps are also falling for Lancaster and M. Adams. I think Pettine has found who works and who doesn't for his defense.

MVS is disappearing from the WR rotation and Lazard and Kumerow are taking the snaps. I was surprised Allison had that many snaps for what seemed like a minimal impact on the game.

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taskforcefreddy's picture

November 11, 2019 at 08:48 am

I sometimes forget how good D-Adams is... but then I see the exact same play run by #81 and then later by #17 and the difference in talent and the way they come out of their breaks is beyond description. Where G-Allison seems to constantly get stacked up and tackled shortly after reception, Adams is able to make the first player miss and get positive yards nearly every single time.

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JerseyAl's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:20 am

Yes, Allison doesn't have any elusiveness. His ceiling is as a decent possession receiver, but there are few YAC.

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mamasboy's picture

November 11, 2019 at 11:05 am

I haven't heard or read anything about it, but maybe the injury that MVS had a couple of weeks ago is still bothering him. I'm glad the " Lazard King" and "TD Jesus" are on the team. They'll just get better and better as the season goes along. Lazard seems like he has a little "badass" to him.

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Coldworld's picture

November 11, 2019 at 01:38 pm

Given that they played him for 11 snaps, I think it’s pretty clear he has some physical issues at this point.

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Minniman's picture

November 11, 2019 at 08:19 pm

Perhaps the fact that it was puking snow and he's more of a deep threat guy than a blocker and route runner?

According to above and NextGen stats there were 68 total offensive snaps, of which Rodgers threw 29 times for 17 completions - with only 7 attempts longer than 15 yards.

I think this week it may have been a case of "the right tool for the right job" as to why MVS saw less snaps (FYI in LA last week he saw 37 snaps from a total of 54 offensive snaps).

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Thegreatreynoldo's picture

November 12, 2019 at 05:25 am

Good observations. No Sullivan is a head-scratcher. He has played well but generally only in some subpackages. Lancaster and M. Adams were down a bit, but both have gotten fewer snaps in other games. It bears watching. Keke with 11 snaps might be a season high.

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Rak47's picture

November 12, 2019 at 06:57 am

To be fair to MVS, he's battling through a knee and ankle injuries.

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zoellner25's picture

November 11, 2019 at 08:42 am

Please take the radio out of 50's helmet and get someone in there who is effective. Let Amos call the plays

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ILPackerBacker's picture

November 11, 2019 at 12:38 pm

The people downvoting you have not bothered to watch how the guy with the radio plays.

It was funny seeing him playing around, completely in the end zone during the play. Lucky the panthers did not run at him

Luckier Lowry was not on the field.

Great for Blake that after the tackle he showed up on tv and got a plug.
Now WTMJ is calling him the hero and crediting him and P Smith with the tackles

reality really doesn't matter any more

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taskforcefreddy's picture

November 11, 2019 at 08:43 am

Was surprised to see T-Brown not getting reps late in the game opposite of J-Alexander as K-King was getting worked. I saw at one point that they switched sides to see if that would stop the bleeding but Carolina adjusted. The knock on K-King (and the rest of the secondary for that matter) is consistency. K-King leads the team and maybe even the league in Missed Assignments and has become one of the most feast or famine, binary players I've seen. Looking forward to the tape but if GB plans on making a run deep, they need better play from that position. A lack of a pass-rush is no longer an excuse as the OLBs were disruptive all game and even the interior lineman were collapsing the pocket. Am hoping the D can tie everything together after the bye. GPG

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murf7777's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:53 am

How can you tell from the view the broadcast provides, unless they hone in on a replay you don’t get to see downfield very often. I think King is playing above average. Unless your top 5 DB in the NFL you will give up plays that’s the nature of the game. He was great in run support this game as well. I’ll watch “all 22” then form a better opinion.

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jeremyjjbrown's picture

November 11, 2019 at 11:25 am

"How can you tell from the view the broadcast provides"

Fox is the absolute worst at this. They show the 2 back judges and not past 15 yards downfield. I wish Fox would get moved to the AFC so we where rid of their camera "work".

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taskforcefreddy's picture

November 11, 2019 at 05:08 pm

Please watch the All-22. You will see what I'm referring to. But even without the All-22, it was clear that K-Allen was targeting the left side when K-King was over there. Pay close attention from about the mid 3rd quarter on. And then watch the key 4th and 10 where, with top side protection, K-King lost his position in relation to the sticks. It was his job alone to protect the 10 yard mark and he simply gave it up with no struggle. Might have been conditioning. Might have been because of injury. But there was next to no effort.

With all that said, you will also see 2 plays where he balled out and was exceptional. This is what I mean when I say he is binary, feast or famine. As mentioned in original post, he is leading team in MA's. If this is your benchmark for an above average CB, we have vastly different standards my friend.

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flackcatcher's picture

November 11, 2019 at 06:20 pm

Field conditions played a huge factor into the 3 and 4th quarters. Both CB bailed every play by design and both SS were in 2 shell by late in the third. Panthers played either 1 high or 2 shell with a strict quarters zone for the game. Smart decision on both sides with the field turning slick by middle of the fourth.

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Rak47's picture

November 12, 2019 at 06:56 am

Exactly, King was matched up with Curtis Samuel,a second round pick last year with 4.31 speed. The Packers were in zone and the field was wet and slick, King's assignment was to keep Samuel in front of him and make the tackle if Samuel caught the ball, which King did. If people are going to lambaste King they should at least know what they're bad mouthing his play for.

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flackcatcher's picture

November 11, 2019 at 06:12 pm

After last week, Tony Brown is lucky to be on the active roster at all. (Only Pettine knows how deep Brown is in His dog hose. Pretty deep I bet... :-)

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PackfanNY's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:19 am

I am surprised that Geronimo Allison continues to see the field so frequently. Once he catches a pass he seems to offer no yards after it. I hope that we see more and more of Lazard and Kumerow.

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Ryan3468's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:35 am

Surprised to see MVS so low, but with Green Bay running the ball I’d guess they wanted the best blockers in the game. Where was Mercedes Lewis though? I’m just so happy to be at my first game in Lambeau! And to see them get it done was absolutely beyond anything I could have hoped for. Such a great time! Gonna have to rinse and repeat for sure.

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dobber's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:54 am

TEs in general logged almost 100 snaps on 68 offensive plays. Packers were playing 2 TE a lot even if they weren't throwing to them.

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LambeauPlain's picture

November 12, 2019 at 06:08 pm

M. Lewis made some great blocks in the run game.

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November 11, 2019 at 09:51 am

Here is my take on MVS's regression in snap count. I know Adams just came back, but with his return, a one-trick pony in MVS just isn't as useful. Tae and Lazard's variety of abilities keeps the defense on their toes, and with Allison in a solidified spot, and Graham's ability to apparently be a playmaker now, there just isn't room for a vertical WR. Defending a vertical talent isn't super difficult if they aren't one of the best in that niche. But, Davante's obvious talents, and Lazard's ability to run routes and catch the ball is much harder to defend against. Throw in Kumerow to mix things up, and MVS falls way down the WR depth chart.

Now also take into account that Green Bay is utilizing Aaron Jones and Jamaal Williams so much, they need dudes who can be on the outside and block.

After saying all that, I can only imagine I will eat my words in a couple of weeks, and MVS will post like an 11/150/3 stat line or something, but that is just what I have pieced together as I sit at work.

I think this team is ironing out some wrinkles, and I love that this is the first year in forever our main focus going into the bye isn't recovering from injuries, its continuing to work on the flaws. This team is built VERY well for a deep playoff run I believe, as long as we can get some pieces to fall into the right places.

Also curious when/how Ryan Grant will make an impact.... any thoughts?

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murf7777's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:56 am

Matte, I think the blocking issue for MVS is right on, he isn’t very physical and they need that when running screens.

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Ryan3468's picture

November 11, 2019 at 10:48 am

I see Ryan Grant getting cut. A jar on the shelf to break glass in an emergency. I really hope Raven Greene can make it back.

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mamasboy's picture

November 11, 2019 at 11:24 am

"That's what I have pieced together as I sit at work"..........I wish I had your job!

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WestCoastPackerBacker's picture

November 11, 2019 at 10:32 am

Is MVS fully healthy?

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flackcatcher's picture

November 11, 2019 at 06:10 pm

No. We know that he has a High ankle. (with some muscle or nerve damage is my guess.)

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Rak47's picture

November 12, 2019 at 07:01 am

No he is not! He's battling knee and ankle injuries which I'm sure are killer in his ability to sprint, jump,and cut. No one seems to care though and everyone seems to be writing him off.

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Ferrari-Driver's picture

November 11, 2019 at 11:03 am

Informational and handy information Jersey Al...Thanks for putting it together.

I would like to see Kumero and Vitale on the field a little. Both seem dependable and assignment sure from what I've been able to discern, plus I like their enthusiasm.

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Lphill's picture

November 11, 2019 at 02:07 pm

good job Al. very interesting looking at these totals. thanks

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PatrickGB's picture

November 11, 2019 at 09:09 pm

It was good to see the blocking from Lazard and Kumerow. Also, they play special teams. Maybe that helps keep those skills up.

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LambeauPlain's picture

November 12, 2019 at 06:14 pm

Lazard and Kumerow need to take snaps from Alllison and MVS.

Lazard is always in position to make a play....Kumerow is a player. He had some nice receptions but his blocking was Jordy like.

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